Typhoon Kanun returns to Okinawa amid heavy rains in Northeast China.

A beach on the southern island of Okinawa.

Raging waves and strong winds roll in one after another.

Power lines sway wildly, as if they could snap at any moment.

In Naha, Okinawa, 260 traffic lights have stopped working.

Shops on the streets were closed for the third day, and up to 200,000 homes were without power due to the strong winds.

Two people have died so far as a result of Typhoon Kanun, including an 89-year-old woman who died when a candle she was lighting in her home caught fire.

More than 60 people have also been injured.

Parts of Okinawa have seen their highest single-day rainfall in August.

Kanun, which is heading towards China, was forecast to turn east again by the end of the week and affect parts of Okinawa again.

With strong rain and winds continuing for three days, further damage such as landslides is feared.

[NHK News: “As the typhoon is expected to head east while maintaining strong forces, Okinawa and the Amami region may continue to experience heavy rain and severe weather after five days, prolonging the typhoon’s impact.”]

In China, where Typhoon No. 5 Eagle made landfall, flooding continues as a heavy rain front moves into the northeastern provinces, including Harbin.

The coastal areas of the southeastern province of Zhejiang have come under the indirect influence of Typhoon Kanun, 카지노사이트킴 with tourist spots closed and fishing boats evacuated to harbors, state-run CCTV reported.

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